New to me that is.
Would this work?
Left to right: treestrap working end doubled back on itself, toggle/trailstick/etc., dead eye of whoopie, adjustable end of whoopie, dutch biner, chainlink, hammock
Girth hitch the dead eye of whoopie and tighten.
My thought is that the toggle or trail stick is only undergoing "compression" forces as you are not actually hanging off the toggle.
The main reason I ask is I am attempting to go toggleless and am wondering if a trail stick could withstand the kind of force I'd be subjecting it to with this setup.
It appears that this is, in essence, the same setup as a MSH with a toggle but more "idiot proof" as the girth hitch is not slipping off the toggle.
Come to think about it, as I am typing this, you could do a girth behind a MSH too. Would this work as well?